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You searched for: publisher:"London : Printed by T. Ratcliffe, and N. Thompson, for the author, and are to be sold by himself, at his house in Cambridge, and by John Carr, at his shop at the Middle-Temple Gate in Fleetstreet"
[texts]Musick's monument; or, A remembrancer of the best practical musick, both divine, and civil, that has ever been known, to have been in the world. : Divided into three parts. The first part, shews a necessity of singing psalms well, in parachial churches, or not to sing at all; directing, how they may be well sung, certainly; by two several ways, or means; with an assurance of perpetual national-quire; and also shewing, how cathedral musick, may be much improved, and refined. The second part, Treats of the noble lute, (the best of instruments) now made easie; and all its occult-locked-up-secrets plainly laid open, never before discovered; ... directing the most ample way, for the use of the Theorboe, from off the note, in confort, &c. ... In the third part, the generous viol, in its rightest use, is treated upon; ... - Mace, Thomas, d. 1709?
Frontis. portrait (plate) of Thomas Mace signed: Hen. Cook pinx. W. Faithorne sculp
Keywords: Music; Music; Church music; Lute; Stringed instruments; Viol
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